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The Walter E. Washington Convention Center is located at 801 Mt. Vernon PL NW, Washington, DC 20001.
AAPM Code of Conduct at Meetings and Social Events:
Report an Incident to aapm.ethicspoint.com or call 888-516-3915
AAPM COVID-19 Health and Safety Liability Waiver:
Photographic Consent and Intellectual Property:
Registration for and participation in this meeting constitutes an agreement to permit AAPM to use and distribute attendees' image or voice in photographs, videos, and other electronic reproductions (both now and in the future).
While AAPM encourages sharing meeting activities via social media, we remind attendees that all presentation content, including ePoster content, is the author's property, and permission is required to share or reuse photographs or videos of work presented at the meeting, including sharing on social media.
If presenters indicate “no photography” on their presentation materials, taking pictures or videos of the presentation or poster content is not allowed for any use. Otherwise, taking photographs or videos is permitted for personal use.
AAPM offers complimentary WiFi in the Exhibit Hall, Session Rooms, and other function spaces.
Battery running low? Charging stations will be available in the Exhibit Hall.
Resources for Nursing Mothers
AAPM is happy to provide the following private spaces inside the Walter E. Washington Convention Center:
Resources for Registered Attendee Guests
Registered Guests are welcome to take advantage of our daily Guest Welcome space inside the Walter E. Washington Convention Center to chat, meet with family members after sightseeing, or grab a cold drink:
Please Note: Children 12-17 years must be accompanied by a registered attendee at all times while in the Exhibit Hall or any scientific session room. Guests 0-11 years are not permitted within the Exhibit Hall or any scientific session room.
AAPM is committed to providing a meeting environment that ensures no differently abled individual is excluded, denied services, segregated, or otherwise disenfranchised while participating. Necessary accommodations and services will be provided, as required by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), upon request. Requests can be submitted during the online registration process or by contacting the AAPM Meetings Team.
Coat/Luggage check will be available inside the Walter E. Washington Convention Center:
Cost: $5.00/checked item
A dedicated quiet space to reflect or pray will be available inside of the Walter E. Washington Convention Center:
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AAPM is pleased to offer full-time, professionally managed on-site childcare services.
Located inside of the Walter E. Washington Convention Center, Camp AAPM welcomes children 6 months to 12 years, with full and half-day options available. Your child will enjoy a creative, customized schedule of age-appropriate activities, events, and games in a safe, nurturing environment. The program will be managed by ACCENT on Children’s Arrangements, Inc. ACCENT staff are teachers, professional children’s program providers, and mothers who simply love working with children and have completed a specialized training program. All professional supervisors are CPR and Pediatric First Aid certified.
To guarantee space for your child, please pre-register no later than Friday, July 1, 2022.
Questions? Email ACCENT anytime or call 504-524-0188 during regular business hours (Monday through Friday — 8:30 AM to 4:00 PM) for additional information.
Ronald Reagan National Airport (DCA)
Drive Time to WEWCC: 12 - 22 minutes (5.7 miles via GW Memorial Pkwy and I-395 N)
Rideshare (Lyft or Uber) to WEWCC: Approx. $27.00 one way + tip
Taxi to WEWCC: Approx. $16.00 one way + tip
Public Transportation is also available via Metrorail (Greenbelt Yellow Line to Mt Vernon Sq 7th St-Convention Center).
Dulles International Airport (IAD)
Drive Time to WEWCC: 35 minutes - 1 hour (29 miles via VA-267 E and I-66 E)
Rideshare (Lyft or Uber) to WEWCC: Approx. $87.00 one way + tip
Taxi to WEWCC: Approx. $71.00 one way + tip
Baltimore/Washington International Airport (BWI)
Drive Time to WEWCC: 45 minutes - 1 hour 20 minutes (32 miles via Baltimore-Washington Pkwy)
Rideshare (Lyft or Uber) to WEWCC: Approx. $100.00 one way + tip
Taxi to WEWCC: Approx. $90.00 one way + tip
Bus & Train Travel
Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority Metrorail and Metrobus service provides visitors with a convenient and inexpensive way to travel throughout the city. SmarTrip® Cards can be purchased at any Metrorail station. Fares are distance based and vary depending on time of day (Peak vs. Off-Peak).
Over 3,000 parking spaces are located within a three-block radius of the Convention Center including surface lots and garages. Exhibitors and attendees are encouraged to use these public parking facilities. Parking regulations are heavily enforced in the Convention Center’s surrounding residential areas. There is no public parking at the Convention Center.
Electronic System for Travel Authorization (ESTA)
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security requires eligible international travelers who wish to travel to the United States under the Visa Waiver Program to apply for authorization.
Convert your daily fitness routine into support for the Capital Area Food Bank while competing with fellow meeting participants for awesome prizes!
Each time you run, walk, bike, or meditate—pretty much ANYTHING that keeps you healthy and active—you'll earn points towards your personal score and fitness goals.
The competition will take place Thursday, July 7 through Thursday, July 14.
Register for the AAPM Fitness Challenge here!
Business casual attire is required for the AAPM 64th Annual Meeting & Exhibition.
Did you know that the typical conference attendee produces 4 lbs of waste per day, 2.6 lbs of which goes to landfill?1
For a 3,000-person, five-day event that translates into:
60,000 lbs of total waste (> weight of 20 compact cars)2
39,000 lbs of landfill (> weight of 13 compact cars)3
2,918 tons of CO2e (> 297,000 gallons of gasoline consumed)4
5 Easy Tips for Attendees
1. Utilize public transportation, car-sharing services, or walk to get to the Convention Center and explore the city.
2. Responsibly dispose of waste materials in the appropriate bins throughout the Convention Center and in Hotels.
3. Choose chicken, turkey, or seafood over red meats when dining during the event or around town.
4. Bring a reusable water bottle instead of grabbing a disposable plastic bottle.
5. Decline turndown service, opt to reuse towels, and remember to turn off the lights during your hotel stay.
Efforts at Venues & Hotels